BOOK VERSUS FILM: Twilight – Which Version Is Best?

BOOK VERSUS FILM: Twilight – Which Version Is Best?

Twilight In The Garden of Good And Evil? Is there any franchise as harshly and consistently maligned as Twilight? Fifteen years on from the first book, protagonist Bella is still lambasted as ‘lame’ and a ‘poor role model‘, whereas the Cullens are ‘stupid sparkly vampires’. In addition, various other interpretations insist Twilight is an advertisement for the Mormon…

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Spreading Joy All Over The World: 100 Iconic Love Stories

Happy Valentine’s Day Maybe you love to celebrate this special day, or perhaps you feel it’s a crass commercial made-up holiday. Me?? I LOVE love, so I always welcome the opportunity to spread a little joy … and how better to do this WORLD-WIDE?? GEditing have been in touch with this amazing infographic, detailing iconic…

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My Writing Journey: Virginia Heath, historical romance author

My Writing Journey: Virginia Heath, historical romance author

Something a little different today … I have Virginia Heath, author of the King’s Elite books sharing her writing journey today! I am always fascinated by writers’ journeys through their careers and books. Be sure to check out Virginia’s latest book, The Mysterious Lord Millcroft. Here’s the blurb: Life as a duchess … Or something much…

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My Favourite Themes in Fiction By Karen King, Author

Many thanks to my fellow Littwitz Press author Karen King today, who is sharing some of her favourite themes in fiction! I always find it fascinating to see how authors’ favourite reading material influences their writing. Enjoy! I’ve written for many different genres and like to read books in a variety of genres too. Humour…

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Literary Homes – Which Is Your Favourite?

Literary Homes – Which Is Your Favourite?

We all imagine the homes of our favourite characters, from ‘real world’ characters like Sherlock Holmes, through to the more horrifying like Dracula, or fantasy like The Weasley’s from Harry Potter. So when Rhian got in touch with me offering to show me the posters of literary homes her team had made, I HAD to…

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BOOK VERSUS FILM: Which Castle Is Captured Best?

The Book Somehow, this book had passed me by – I’d actually thought I’d read it for years, but turns out I had mixed it up with Shirley Jackson’s We Have Always Lived In The Castle! But I love British fiction set in rural England, in castles and with large (mad) families, so I Capture…

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My Top 5 Remarkable Rom-Com Reads Of All Time

When is a Rom-Com not a Rom-Com? When it’s labelled as chick lit, women’s fiction or a romance novel, of course. It doesn’t really matter what category or genre it’s labelled under, in my humble opinion, if it has these essential elements: At least one main character who is ‘played for laughs’ with a funny…

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Ultimate Guide To YA Romance

To view the original post, CLICK HERE or on the infographic itself. Since it’s YA May at the moment, I thought I’d take a look online to see if I could find some VISUAL representations of the YA genre! Romance is a BIG part of YA, so I love this infographic from the brilliant site…

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